From: "Frank Ellermann" <nobody(_at_)xyzzy(_dot_)claranet(_dot_)de>
Hector Santos wrote:
- I haven't read the latest specs, but it to promoted a
neutral policy until they got their network in order.
Against some objections there's a "SHOULD -all" for some
months, IIRC before Wayne took over. Doesn't change the
fact that some publishers can't do what you wish, a clean
"either PASS or FAIL" policy.
If that pisses you off (IMHO justifiable) treat policies
without a FAIL as too boring to waste your time => NONE
Since we use a CBV (Callback Verifier) as a final checker, for our system, we
gave the sysop the option to decide:
Accept-SPF-Pass True ; if false, continue testing
Accept-SPF-SoftFail False ; if false, continue testing
Accept-SPF-Neutral False ; if false, continue testing
So it is not a big deal for us. We engineered as much as we can around the
Hector Santos, Santronics Software, Inc.
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